Two Ends of A Rope


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Considered to be “incomparably the best, the greatest man India ever possessed,” William Carey’s compassion, fortitude, dedication, and perseverance knew no boundaries. For twenty-five years, Carey fought against the horrible atrocities he witnessed – the evil festivals in Serampore and the hideous practice of sati, or widow-burning. He is best known for translating the New Testament into Bengali, opening the triumphant doors of Truth to perhaps the most “religious” country in the world.

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4 reviews for Two Ends of A Rope

  1. anonymous (verified owner)

    Two Ends of a Rope Loved the book — especially the dedication of the man, William Carey. He lived by his words, “expect great things — do great things”. One has to be impressed with his accomplishments in a foreign country, with so few resources, little money and so few people. A huge negative for me, with all the great things he was able to accomplish for others, was his neglect of his family — especially his wife (Eph. 5:22-33). I could only imagine the sad days she spent if we were to hear her side of that story.

  2. anonymous (verified owner)

    Highly Recommended I found this to be a great read, full of history. It pulled me in. I did not want to put it down yet I did not want to read it when tired because I did not want to miss any detail. I would highly recommend this book especially to those interested in history and to those who want to see God’s work.

  3. anonymous (verified owner)

    Very Good It was a very good and convicting biography. I learned more about the life of William Carey since I had never read his biography and I learned more about how God can save souls.

  4. anonymous (verified owner)

    One of the Very Best Books in the (Very Good!) Lamplighter Collection Two Ends of a Rope is one of the very best books in the Lamplighter collection (which we love!!)! Beautifully written, this book tells the story of the man who possibly had the single greatest impact on the great subcontinent of India in history. William Carey suffered, persevered, and humbly labored to bring the sweet gospel to this dark continent. The book shows him as a real man, with dear friendships, difficult trials, and a heart to reach the people of India. Excellent book for children (and grown-ups!)!!!

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